Douglas Lennox - Painter working in a variety of media

Loudounhill from Meadowfoot - oil on canvas
Sheltered Bay Dunure - oil on board
Cessnock Water - oil on board
Ailsa Craig from Dunure
Round Bales Hawkhill


Douglas Lennox

He was born of Scottish parents in Welling, Kent in 1948 and after moving to Ayrshire at the age of four he was subsequently educated at James Hamilton High School and Kilmarnock Academy before going on to Glasgow School of Art 1966-70 where he specialized in Drawing and Painting. After leaving Art School he trained as an art teacher and taught firstly at Kilmarnock Academy and then at Grange Academy where he became principal teacher of Art and Design.

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  • oils, pastels, gouache and watercolour


  • Strathclyde


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Recent Exhibitions

He has had a number of one-man exhibitions at
Rozelle Gallery
The Harbour Arts Centre
The Morton Hall and the Dick Institute and has also exhibited in the Royal Glasgow Institute and the R.S.W.
Works by him can be seen in various private galleries throughout Scotland.

Other Information

His subject matter is predominantly the landscape of The Irvine Valley round about the town of Newmilns where he stays. In recent years he has also focused on marine subjects, finding inspiration from various locations in the west coast, namely Troon, Dunure. Maidens and Girvan. He works in a variety of media: oils, pastels, gouache and watercolour and finds his inspiration by working directly in front of the subject throughout the year. An essential aspect of his working methods is to try to communicate in his work the excitement that he feels when witnessing an ever changing subject at first hand.

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